The Labor Day holiday, which started on Saturday this year, has traditionally been a busy time for mass travel and gatherings in China. But there is little holiday spirit this year, as the Chinese government doubles down on its zero-Covid policy to fight the country’s worst outbreak since Wuhan.
Many local governments have ordered residents not to leave their cities unless absolutely necessary and have imposed lengthy quarantine requirements for people coming from areas where Covid cases
have been reported. The Chinese Transport Ministry expects 100 million journeys to be made over the holiday — a 62 percent plunge
from last year.
As a month-long lockdown continues in the financial hub of Shanghai, the Chinese capital
is grappling with a new Omicron outbreak
that has put officials and residents on edge.
Many Beijing residents have rushed to stock up on food and daily…
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